If you had us on your payroll we could actually save you money
Have you ever tried to calculate how much you have to pay just to pay your staff?
With wages, salaries, tax, National Insurance and sick pay to be calculated, often at varying rates for different grades of personnel, administering your payroll can be extremely time-consuming and costly.
Making mistakes can be particularly costly. Missing Inland Revenue deadlines or submitting incomplete returns, for example, can now result in large, onerous penalties.
And with the additional demands of 'Self Assessment', employers must now provide all their employees with end of year tax summaries by fixed deadlines.
That is why it has never been more important to seek specialist, professional support and that's where Davis Grant can help.
Using the latest specialist software, we can make all the calculations you require, keeping track of weekly or monthly paid staff, their personal records and tax codes. We can also provide detailed computerised payslips and ensure direct transfer of salaries to your employees' bank accounts.
This is a service that can not only help with the day to day grind of payroll administration, but can also assist with cash-flow projections and business planning. For at the end of each month, we will supply accurate updates on tax, National Insurance, PAYE payments and other key figures.
By using this service you will be assured of fast and accurate information, which complies fully with current legislation and tax regulations.
In addition, you can be assured of a friendly and totally confidential service.
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